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Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems combines twenty new poems by Carol Frost with a substantial selection of work from her previous seven books. In forms ranging from the sonnet to the lyric to the narrative, Frost's poems are fiery, passionate meditations on experience and consciousness. Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems combines twenty new poems by Carol Frost with a substantial selection of work from her previous seven books. In forms ranging from the sonnet to the lyric to the narrative, Frost's poems are fiery, passionate meditations on experience and consciousness.


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Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems combines twenty new poems by Carol Frost with a substantial selection of work from her previous seven books. In forms ranging from the sonnet to the lyric to the narrative, Frost's poems are fiery, passionate meditations on experience and consciousness. Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems combines twenty new poems by Carol Frost with a substantial selection of work from her previous seven books. In forms ranging from the sonnet to the lyric to the narrative, Frost's poems are fiery, passionate meditations on experience and consciousness.

45 review for Love and Scorn: New and Selected Poems

  1. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Finishing this is a Mother's Day gift to myself (because I did not care for it). Her language is actually really lush, but I found most of the poetry dense and I didn't care about trying to tease out the meaning. It was a lot of words, and also a lot about hunting?? Anyway, there were a few poems that did make me reread them, thought nothing ultimately blew my socks off. Meh. Homo Sapiens "With the beasts beside a pond,/ I conjure the inward sun to leap into my brain. What remains?/ Wild, beautifu Finishing this is a Mother's Day gift to myself (because I did not care for it). Her language is actually really lush, but I found most of the poetry dense and I didn't care about trying to tease out the meaning. It was a lot of words, and also a lot about hunting?? Anyway, there were a few poems that did make me reread them, thought nothing ultimately blew my socks off. Meh. Homo Sapiens "With the beasts beside a pond,/ I conjure the inward sun to leap into my brain. What remains?/ Wild, beautiful petals all around./ A beast's face. And something, something else."

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kent

    Oh, my. If you're familiar with poems by Ai, where she tells these potent narratives that simply explode on the page, then you can start to get some idea what Frost does, especially in the section called "Abstractions." I'm personally curious about how those abstraction poems might fit in the course of the book they were originally from (Love and Scorn is a selected, which has been arranged according to types of poems). They stand alone, but I imagine in the arc of a book they absolutely explode Oh, my. If you're familiar with poems by Ai, where she tells these potent narratives that simply explode on the page, then you can start to get some idea what Frost does, especially in the section called "Abstractions." I'm personally curious about how those abstraction poems might fit in the course of the book they were originally from (Love and Scorn is a selected, which has been arranged according to types of poems). They stand alone, but I imagine in the arc of a book they absolutely explode.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Randall

    She should be in all the anthologies; she's one of a handful of the best American poets now writing. She should be in all the anthologies; she's one of a handful of the best American poets now writing.

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